Enjoy an afternoon or entire day on the leisurely side of Discovery Bay, and indulge in the richness of Seattle’s history.
Whether you are organizing, decluttering, or remodeling this spring, the Seattle Home Show has plenty of inspiration for all your home needs!
Have you tasted any of these delicious bites? Downtown Bellevue is full of stunning dining experiences!
Lake Wilderness Park is a vast expanse of exhilaration. Searching for water fun? They’ve got it! Organized sports? Sure! Just a BBQ, picnic, or lounging in a meadow? They’ve got that, too!
Look for a place to perk up before a search for new homes? Check out these local, Seattle haunts!
City Highlight: Shoreline & Richmond Beach
A day trip across the sound always brings a smile to my face! Which Puget Sound island (even not on this list) is your favorite?
There are two ferry hubs that depart from Seattle, Washington, but West Seattle’s Fauntleroy Ferry connects with two beautiful areas … Continue Reading West Seattle Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal: Where Should You Go?
Waterfront Properties: Lake Washington, Lake Sammamish & the Puget Sound Lake Washington Lake Washington is the second largest natural lake … Continue Reading Waterfront Properties: Lake Washington, Lake Sammamish & the Puget Sound
Neighborhood Highlight: Central Seattle | Capitol Hill, Eastlake, Leschi, Madison Park & Madrona
Neighborhood Highlight: Belltown & Downtown Seattle
Issaquah is beautiful. If you’ve never walked down Front Street and soaked in the nostalgic surroundings of Olde Town, then … Continue Reading Shopping in Downtown Issaquah: Walking Around Olde Town
Looking for a fabulously local park with tons of recreational variety? Enjoy this fabulous article outlining the basic information (plus links for details!) of our 7 favorite parks!
A magical place locked away in the Puget Sound, Blake Island comes alive for anyone who visits. Will you join the fun escapades?
Nestled on Ballard’s Puget Sound shores, Golden Gardens Park is a mecca of summer fun. There’s always something fun going on – whether it’s sand volleyball, fishing from the pier, a boat launching into chilly Pacific Northwest waters, or a bonfire glowing in the night.
The Genesee Park and Playfields stretches from the Stan Sayres Memorial Park along Lake Washington Boulevard and South Snoqualmie/Alaska Street to the south. South Genesee Street splits the park near the center.